Special Interest

Techology-related hobbies and groups

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Berichte der Feuerwehr Harsefeld

This list should cover the needs for the firefighting department from Harsefeld. As we are doing the job in our free time, without earning money, I was looking for a free solution. For our homepage we need a multiplikator for emails to deicated persons, which are then responsible to put the stories on our homepage. www.feuerwehr-harsefeld.de

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Høgnorsklista

Målvitskap, høgnorsk, data, mål og nærskylde emne

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LIT, Moscow

This list regroups former students of the Lyceum for the Information Technologies (LIT), Moscow. Relevant topics include IT news (world & Russia), IT for linguistic purposes, and more. Discussions are to be held in Russian and/or English.

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Amateur Radio Experimenters Group

Amateur Radio Experimenters Group is a special interest group in Adeladie South Australia. We are a self help electronics group specialising in telecommunication activities. We scratch build or modify a majority of our equipment for experimentation purposes. This is our club email list and is closed to the general public.

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Sunnyvale-Cupertino Cycling Club

A group of cycling techies in the heart of Silicon Valley, California, that also includes many dentists and other nefarious types. Mainly road riders who maintain a high fitness level, some race on occasion. If you would like to discuss Ubuntu vs. Red Hat Linux, advantages of dental implants or a member's latest trip to Machu Picchu on your training rides, come join us!

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NCDA Region 1

The National Community Development Association (NCDA) Region I "universal" listserv provides an outlet for HUD program practitioners to learn about and explore technological resources in the areas of CDBG; HOME; HEARTH; and other HUD programs. Discussions will include topics on HUD systems including IDIS project/activity setup, drawdowns, and reporting; Consolidated Planning; CAPER; e-SNAPS; LOCCS; CPD Maps; etc. Subscribers of this list will include NCDA Region 1 members in addition to state and federal partners.

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Ex-BUMS

Emailing list for past members of the Brunel University Mountaineering Society

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http://dfdf.dk

Generel news and information from the Danish Research Library Association. Topics related to IT: User Education Interlibrary Loan Marketing and User Services Registration Journals http://dfdf.dk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=36&Itemid=51

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WindRider Newsletter

Stay informed about the Windsurfing events in Greece and all over the world. Learn more about the latest Windsurfing Industry technological achievements for the newest high-tech and high-end sailboards, musts and sails.

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Aerofan alumnos

Information sharing platform and discussion forum about aeronautical and aerospace topics. Candidates to the Private pilot and Commercial pilot licenses sharing joint information of interest.

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kibitzers

Technology for cycling: lighting, web-based logging, performance metrics

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The ASSA Radio Astronomy Group

The ASSA Radio Astronomy Group is a special interest group within the Astronomical Society of South Australia. http://www.radio-assa.org.au/ http://www.assa.org.au/

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Dornier Flight Test Department

Discussion about flight testing, including test-conducting, telemetry, software, instrumentation.

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Seeing with Sound - The vOICe

This group is for discussing the vision technology for the totally blind known as The vOICe (written with capitals O I C in "vOICe"). The vOICe converts images and video from a camera into corresponding sounds. Blind users in particular are welcome to report their experiences, and ask and answer questions. Hopefully this group will evolve into a lively user forum where more experienced blind users help new users. Discussion on alternative sensory substitution technologies (e.g. BrainPort) as well as retinal implants (e.g. Argus II, Prima) and brain implants (e.g. Orion I) is welcome, and in fact encouraged in the context of open benchmarking and informed decision making. The overarching theme is artificial vision for the blind. In order to post to the list after subscribing, just send your message to seeingwithsound@freelists.org or reply to postings from others. More information about The vOICe technology can be found on the website https://www.seeingwithsound.com

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Green Technology Discussion Forum

Discussion mailing list for the interested people in Seevetal (Germany) which want to share their primary interest in green technology. Namely wind and solar enegy on everybody's houses.

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